An Atelier Edens project


Held at Point Nepean National Park Atelier Edens artists researched the possibilities for getting physical in and with the site. Bunker runs, bike boys, tree climbing and spandex formed the foundation of an intense and sweaty site residency in December, 2011.

The lab provided a great opportunity for skill exchange as the Wilderness Lab Team conducted Research + Development, tested broadcasting and streamed live video/sound from the park; developed mobile sustainable public activities and designed the ATELIER EDENS iPhone app; to lead visitors on a trail based experience in the park, in collaboration with international artists Champagne Valentine.

More information on the project and its research stages can be found through APHIDS online publication Post Impossible

Images Geoff Lillemon

Aphids acknowledges the people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional owners of the land upon which we work. We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded, and pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.